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to movie should be "the lovers" starring you and of course, will ferrell. would you be down for that? >> would i be down for it. yeah, of course i would. working with will ferrell would be amazing. back in the old hot tub. >> my lover and i usually crave spiced meat. >> they don't really make many "snl" movies just off the characters anymore. kind of a thing of the past. but you never know. see if will can fit it into his schedule. >> sometimes i'll hear one of my students being pretty negative and another will tell her to stop being such a debbie downer. do you think that this is a form of flattery or is it just another sign that today's young people have nothing original to say? >> okay. this guy has a room full of kermit and action figures behind him, so i don't know what to think about this fellow but i do not see it as an unoriginal thing. i kind of like it when people tell me they know a debbie downer. >> also like us all to remember she's looking down at us and smiling. >> i hope it's the version of her before she was in the grips of dementia. >> i take it as a form of flatter
"seven psychopaths." colin ferrell plays a struggling screen writer who accidentally gets tangled up in a dognapping ring. the only thing is that the scheme was working until they take a mobster's dog. >> yes, they took the wrong dog. bonnie belonged to the very dangerous woody harrelson character. it's an interesting story. this is very complex. the screen writers are writing a story title called the seven psychopaths. he's working with christopher walkin. he worked with all of them before. the results show. it's very entertaining. >> at first when i thought about this film and i thought about the title, i thought i don't want to see this but i saw some of the previews. it's actually really funny. eight a dark comedy but it's really funny. >> think of it in terms of-- >> if you like taron tino, you'll probably like this. >> a light version of that. >> i'm excited to hear about the next film, the political thriller that already has oscar buzz. >> kudos to ben afleck. he has shown with his movie when he won the academy award in 1998 for goodwill hunting when he was kind of young, he d
idea. colin ferrell's character is a struggling screen writer. his two friends, here's what they do. they kidnap dogs, okay? then they return the dogs to their owners to get the reward money. you will laugh. it's very violent, very vulgar, but i really enjoyed it. not as good as his previous movie, but very solid. 4 out of 5. >>> and the last movie, this one is scary, a little creeped out by scary movies. >> first of all, this is not an exaggeration. as the film ended last night, you would see my jaw drop and tears in my eyes. not because i'm sad. it's just a shock and terror that a film can come out in this day and age, that we've seen a story like this a million times, where a family moves into a house and something in that house haunts the family. but it is so original. the idea that ethan hawk's character is a struggling author, wants to piece together a murder mystery that has not been solved by this town's police, and he uncovers one of the most sick, most twisted and disturbing stories you'll ever see coming alive on screen. it is ambitious, original, highly scary. i jumped o
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